Alumni Weekend events kick off Friday

Alumni Weekend brings the whole alumni community together on campus. Join the thousands of proud alumni returning to campus April 27-29 to celebrate all that is Augusta University! Don’t miss out – relive old times and make new memories with classmates, family and friends!

Below are a few of the featured events and be sure to use the hashtag #AUGAW18  as you post pictures from the various functions. To purchase tickets or view a complete Alumni Weekend schedule, visit the Alumni Weekend page.

President’s Cookout

Saturday, April 28, 2018 | Noon-2 pm, J. Harold Harrison, M.D. Education Commons, Quad (Inside Education Commons– Rain Location)

The President’s Cookout is an old-fashioned cook­out for alumni, families, and students to enjoy. This event has plenty of food, live music and fun for everyone. Tours of the Education Commons, Dental College of Georgia, and the new student housing buildings will be available during this event. Admission is free and the attire is casual.

Alumni Weekend After-Hours

Saturday, April 28, 2018 | 9 pm – Augusta Marriott, Oglethorpe Ballroom

Keep the good times going at the all alumni after-party! This event will give you a chance to mingle with alumni from all reunion classes as you enjoy dancing and live music from the popular Tony Howard Show. Admission is free and the attire is casual.

For additional information, contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at 706-737-1759.

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